Advanced Micro Devices is bristling at Intel's strategy of offering rebates to device makers that use its chips for tablets.
Sprint plans to temporarily replace mail-in rebates with instant savings in participating Sprint stores and on Sprint.com. The change begins March 27 and will continue for an unspecified time.
An unexpectedly large participation rate drained the fund 10 days before the fiscal year ends. And for the new fiscal year, smaller rebates have been proposed.
Service rebates may get you a cheaper phone, but they're not all good. CNET tells how they dumb down the cell phone selection in the United States.
The bundle includes Norton Internet Security 2011, Norton Utilities 15, and Norton Ghost 15. The only catch: two rebates, one requiring a "competitive upgrade."
While the jury is still out on the reliability of mail-in rebates, we'd like to know how our gadget-attentive Crave readers feel. Vote in our poll.
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Microsoft's Bing Cashback program may be dead, but there are plenty of others that will refund cold, hard cash (or warm, virtual PayPal cash) just for clicking through.
Canon has just launched an instant rebate promotion that'll save you up to $500 on select Canon lenses, up to $300 on select DSLRs, and up to $70 on select flashes.
The instant savings range from $20 to $50 on three compact digital cameras and one digital SLR kit.